Next Generation Verification Process for Automotive and Mobile Designs with CSI-2 Interface

4:45 PM
Presented by Thierry Berdah and Yafit Snir, Cadence Design Systems, Inc.

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MIPI CSI-2℠ specifications are well adopted and are integrated in many mobile complex systems. In recent years, MIPI CSI-2 specifications have been adopted for automotive systems as well. The different characteristics of these systems, such as increased number of interfaces and system complexity, require developing a state-of-the-art verification methodology to address this complexity, usually under an aggressive timeline.

Thierry Berdah, Cadence Design Systems Inc.
Thierry Berdah

This presentation focuses on presenting methodology for a full verification flow, from the IP level to the SOC level, based on advanced verification platforms of simulation, prototyping, emulation and virtual emulation.         

Presenters:

Thierry Berdah is a director of software engineering at Cadence Design Systems. He manages the Verification IP (VIP) product line for MIPI, Ethernet and DisplayPort, which helps semiconductor companies shorten their time-to-market and perform superior protocol compliance verification for their designs. Thierry has actively developed and led many verification projects for major companies in diverse areas such as ethernet, PCIe, HDMI and DP, for more than 15 years. Thierry earned his BSc degree in communication systems engineering from Ben-Gurion University in Israel and his MBA from EADA Business School in Barcelona.


Yafit Snir

Yafit Snir is currently leading the development of MIPI verification IPs aimed for emulation at Cadence. She has more than 16 years of experience in hardware design and verification, and software development. She has bachelors' degrees in electrical engineering and in computer science, both from Tel Aviv University, and a master's in electrical engineering, specializing in evolutionary algorithms. She also co-authored the publication “Tailoring ε-MOEA to Concept-Based Problems,” part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series, Springer Link, (volume 7492).